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In an exam I spent about half of my third paragraph speaking about contextual knowledge outside of the set time period of the question. How much will this affected the mark I get for the essay? To put it into context the things I was mentioning wasn’t too far away from the question (a few years or so and the information is in the same key topic), I feel quite confident the rest of the essay was well written (I hadn’t made the mistake elsewhere), I had written quite a lot (5-6 pages) and I managed to conclude. I get that it would get anywhere near top marks for this reason but how bad would it be for this essay as a whole? Any advice would be much appreciated.
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Show me a photo of what you have done so far
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Show me a photo of what you have done so far
It was an exam so I obviously cant. I’m asking overall how much these inaccuracies in knowledge may affect the overall mark. Once I wrote an essay with nearly half the essay having evidence outside the time frame, unfinished and no conclusion and I managed to get 10. I’m hoping this may be comparable to that because I think the rest of the exam went relatively well
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(Original post by sickofthis)
It was an exam so I obviously cant. I’m asking overall how much these inaccuracies in knowledge may affect the overall mark. Once I wrote an essay with nearly half the essay having evidence outside the time frame, unfinished and no conclusion and I managed to get 10. I’m hoping this may be comparable to that because I think the rest of the exam went relatively well
No advice but hopefully you will pass.
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